Arsene Wenger is well and truly on the brink at Arsenal.
The Gunners are on a dreadful run of form and have lost their last three Premier League games – having also lost their last five games in all competitions.
One of them defeats included an embarrassing loss to minnows Ostersund in the Europa League at the Emirates Stadium, which did not go down well with the Gooners faithful.
Fans are starting to lose patience with the Frenchman at the Emirates, with many urging Stan Kroenke and the board for change.
Joachim Low is one manager who has been touted for the top job in North London, and his nous and experience in football could be exactly the remedy that the faltering Gunners require.
Arsenal face off against Watford in their next Premier League clash in the early kick-off on Sunday, and fans will be demanding three points to ensure they don’t slip further down the league table.
The Gunners are currently on 45 points after 29 league games, and are a whopping 13 points behind fourth placed Tottenham Hotspur – this gap just showcases what a shocking season it has been for the team.
With this in mind, Arsenal will surely be going all out for victory on the weekend and it may be worth placing a free bet on the Gunners to prevail against the Hornets.
Arsenal need a re-shuffle in the summer, there is no doubt about.
There are a number of players that Arsenal need to keep tabs on, and one we think could do a great job at the Emirates Stadium is Kostas Manolas.
The Greek international currently plies his trade for Serie A side Roma, and he’s been a target for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal in the past – but this summer, it is essential this potential deal comes to fruition.
Koscielny and Mustafi simply are not good enough, and are consistently being found out week in, week out.
Manolas would add a commanding presence at the back, and his vast experience both in domestic football and in international football would be vital for Arsenal.
Arsenal fans…. Do you agree that Kostas Manolas could be the answer to the club’s defensive woes? Can you see the side beating Watford? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!